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Aug 31, 2007 2:36 am

I have been contacted by some folks who are concerned that the's forum may be victimized by individuals seeking to use spoofing or phishing tactics to wrongfully obtain personal and confidential information.  If you believe that you are being wrongfully asked to provide such information or that you are being directed to websites where such information will be fraudulently obtained or will be obtained through deceptive methods, please consider the following:

If you have received phishing or spoofing e-mails, you may seek assistance by contacting the addresses below by email. When sending your message, include the header of the questioned email or URL for the site, and the entire body of the message.  You should send your email to

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[email protected] [email protected] ( the Federal Trade Commission) Go to   (The Internet Crime Complaint Center of the FBI and National White Collar Crime Center)